Chrome is probably the most used web browser across all platforms, but that's not because it's the ideal browser. While it has improved significantly over the years, especially in the area of memory management, Chrome is still notorious for draining battery life, which Microsoft Edge (predating the Chromium version) tried to capitalize on. This disadvantage may soon become a thing of the past if the latest Chrome update becomes stable - it can save users from 30 minutes to 2 hours of battery life even with dozens of open tabs.
Implementing these changes will significantly improve Chrome's performance across all platforms. However, Google will provide system administrators with the option to disable this feature for at least one year after its release. This will allow them to test the feature and make sure nothing is broken or make the necessary changes to become compliant with the new policy.